Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAfiKTEf THIS WOULD SAVE A LOT OF TIME as follows: geneial adlan gCTertirjrni 4ho ads would tie JL-ch-rpi'J SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1019 ami itat lici-ntly dependents ill voiviiit ol reJ.iTires In ifce BVuUh are Eiich beinc retired or di fimnria! or domesti' he a bimamlp ofttr or rtr hn? iudtpendrnL T Helen Lost Her Looking For I-'ricnds Near l.lordminster (di HcarJo Liplo? i til entiy mi employee of the ent telephone department, wil bur was not until Monday pile was discoveroJ. ninstf-r and nor domination hud droprcil from cold and eihausiion. fcumil. I'oet end hands wore 'badly niid ulfo one ihigh. She i ar oneti rcuiovcd Lo ihe Lloyd- j minster hospital, where she received I mc-Jical attention. Tiic -locior who ai- jieudtsl lie girl staled thai it would probibly "be necessary in ampmnu- both feet, il'.parluic-ni oi ami jTf'n-liplepbonds is r'ndering all pgssible I iT1 chi- caso- When lii F.d ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN UNUSUAL FREEZE UP i frozen over lojay. The i-olj was lu- roil'n.AND. Ore., Her tcnso. the ttreel Iherinimiolers lio ibln) iluic in Ihu lilslurj- of tlii' C.-IIIB us low as iwu degress aboTa white man In iliis sefiipu. arairillnKUi'ro. Olfidul records wi-ro uot utill- to records, Iho rivor WUB Not Aspirin ;i( All wiihoul the "Buyer Cross" ftrntnonr. loimediniely aKer prtajuro frooi many qirirt brought to bear uprr ihe mlniEiry to grant m upon same its lisrhnrfies iu Many aoldicrs- well as their and others ihis This attitude oa 15 easily un- ludly frozen on i As far as can be as- LMonuAy nishi. lufonji.nioii to itiis wnairjcd. has no relailvoa In UIB in the ciiy on'ciiy. It Is believed tha; her pjrents 'raing-. [IrroJSij liie raediuie hive in the easl. .one message Ironi Con-] Duncan, or Ihe A.P.P. dc-tach- at LlovdminsLer. Ii appears that the girl arrived at j Tuesday nrprr lor11- letepho: Mocuay ovpiiins Jroni tdxonion. with the iinoction or visit- On getting off she the HIG.H COST OF'MICK FORCES FATHER TO ABANDON BABY NEW The high nflk was responsible lor price of L a seven I t-Mlfio ct' warung their turn demcbiliiaiion Jn Can- ida, capecLViy in oi the feet that their war scmce irainitT ih speud in Englanfl. On (he baud, the goTeruiiKnt dtv sired any Injustice those who to wait llieir turn for demob- nizatioi in Canada. Therefore, the vi3e bpea door "discharge" In Grfiftt j JriJjin discouraged. I Duty to Return Them Moreover. U Tcaa felt itat there' irould be seroir complicatloas If large numbers of Canadian soldiers' were immediaiely reJeaspJ in ihe Brit- Islns without those In- fluences, as-veil aa the protective measures afforded in the army an3 in view of the fact tint British Iroops 11 were lieins demolillitsd In large num- at the same lime the government 5 Its face sirens'? wholesale diEcharges in the British blei of sol- diers Tvho had been In the Canadian arniy. -It was obvlovisly Canada's duly to return those soldiers with as little delay as possible under necessary reg- Dial Eons lo their homes in nbero they enlisted. Therefore, it will be teen hy ihe terms of tfae policy vrhich .was acted upon and which every soldier who was discharged In the British Isles' D.ulerslood, that every effort WBE put Torth Tor the purpose of discouraging discharge in England and. on tbe oth- er hand, encouras'ng soldiers to tako Iheir discharge '.n Canada. In Britain NolwitliEtaDdlDff that Ihe regulations were carefally administered and thai Ine solaier was required to Eign a ilocumcnt shoivlng that he unrterslood .the couilllioas uyon ivhlth nc be- ing discharged, audition to Lbc 7136 who were discharged before armistice 15.IS2 were discharged aTler Iho ar-1 -miEljce In the British Isles. One the conditions which snch a man ack-1 noKledged was the 1035 of his right to free' transportation to Canada. Upon such discharge marie these men became immediately Chilians and military authorities had no control Jjl OVCT them. The situation, however, somewhat complicated bv [he lact a consljorable num'uer who re- ceived thulr in Canada re- turned to England. The nutntirr is inot known, but It round that aome _ ol asked I'or assistance to be returned to Canada a second 1imo. From armlallce the question haa re-i solved most careful consideration and it has been the of consjjernnte I Anxlely to Ihe overseas authorities. Comments hare teen made upon the] situation by those who arc out famit-'l lor with all the conditions ami who pnrendy do no', un dor stand that tlons given trr and sinned oft on I old haby -being abandoned by fool, nnt realizing cold il hid father in Grand C'eulral siatlon, according lo a note stuck In IU hib. "Cant afford htm on the price of her missing. As the temperature.was I milk they are charging loday." said about twenty decrees ?ero at the note. "Tbere are othpra I am man to escort the girl to the farm he found lime, fears "were immediaielv enter- tained her safely, and a search partv was organized. This search party worked all Sunday nighl in an effort to locale tbe unfortunate girl. (o support." Tbe Icfant iras turned over to the police by a man -who 'said another man had asfeed him "lo hold the baby" until he came back. prescribed by physicians for over nine- teen rears and BOW made in Canada. Always buy an unbroken tis. Joint Taias, J'nin penerally. Tin of 12 tablets ccsl but ol "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'' which Larger "Uayer" iia Tierc it only- must Bay "Bayer" 13 the trids-mark In Cinida) of Bayer Maouflctarc or Jlof ctilcecldeiitr of "Wlillft il [9 ircll ifcai Aiplrln tataoi mtnuJaciLtt, lo apalDit InillBiLeni, the TVo'eis cf Baj'rr Comj naoiptd wllh ecccrol mire, ibe "Utycr Cnjt" Ready in a the minute you it. A cup of OXO is a little between rnenl luxury that can be served quickly and daintily. After shopping, or when cold aficr an outing, at bedlime or fatigued; indeed on any cup of hot OXO is just the warms one through and through, quickly renews one's strength' and vitality. 0X0 is a splendid safe- guard against colds, chills and sudden changes ot" temperature. JJefore out into a cold or atmosphere, always fortify youiscUwilhacupofOXO A Cube to a Cup. V CUBES Prices same as before ihe war: 10c., 25c., SI.15, VETERANS IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- ed Fm. 826 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 1481 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 11lh STREET SOUTH PHONE t6J2 PHONE 733 ROBERT SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH T. ROTHWELL .WITK ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN TO F. Fine Shoe Piakers 511 FOURTH SOUTH, UETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY Gobeile's Motor Delivery Service Draying, Coal Orders and Repr-vals PHONE 1EW 712 AVE. SOUTH C, SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 166? FflANCISCO VILLA Meilcan leader, who waa reported lo 'hive been captured bx force o[ his [own men licM for a regard from 7 'Jit Msilcan govornmeD1- GARAGE CORNER 6th AVE. Gth ST. PHONK 5S3 STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL HEATED ALL REPAIR WORK E. CHAPLIN E. CHAPLIN SONS Yoiir Tir" 1 lYLi.HUHlU B-dlonM Work. Broken Beads and Rim Cutt Cur Specialties, fltp.-.irs. We guaranVee all our work Ic give calhfac'-lon. Glv: Us a 712 THIRD AVEHUE SOUTH PHONE Let Auto Radic 321 31 PERKINS WITH BUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 405 Fifth Slreet South, TRANSFER (QEO. GHEQOflY, LIGHT HEAVY GRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 lit Ave.-Norih Uii.bridge, Phone CUSHIONS UPHOLSTERED. TRUCK BODIES BUILT Lethbridge Auto Top Depot G. T. BLUNT, Proprietor Auto Tops, Seat Covers, Storm Curtains and Radiator Covers, Manufactured and Repaired. SIXTH STREET S, LE.THBRIDGE, ALTA, NEXT DOOR TO HERALD MR. RETURNED MAN Are You A Member of The G.W.V.A.